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Minimalism: A Documentary About Finding More Meaning with Less | Women of Green
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Minimalism: A Documentary About Finding More Meaning with Less

“Love people, use things, because the opposite never works.”

2016, 79 minutes

Directed by Matt D’Avella

While in his 20s, Joshua Fields Millburn faced a trio of challenges: the death of his mother, divorce, and a deep dissatisfaction with his high-paying job. He decided to limit himself to only those things that served a purpose, hoping to find more meaning in life (“Love people, use things, because the opposite never works,” he says). His longtime friend Ryan Nicodemus joined him in an easygoing embrace of a “minimalist” philosophy, eventually resulting in the recent book tour that this film follows. In this film you might spot familiar names and faces, as Colin Beavan, Colin Wright, and others whom appear on camera to endorse simple and sustainable living.

Source: Yes! Magazine


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